Community Partnership to Affect Substance Abuse among Native American Adolescents

@article{Lowe2012CommunityPT,
  title={Community Partnership to Affect Substance Abuse among Native American Adolescents},
  author={John Lowe and Huigang Liang and Cheryl Riggs and J. Henson and T. Elder},
  journal={The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse},
  year={2012},
  volume={38},
  pages={450 - 455}
}
Background: Substance abuse is one of the nation’s primary health concerns. Native American youth experience higher rates of substance abuse than other youth. There is little empirical evidence that exists concerning the use of culturally-based interventions among Native American adolescents. Objectives: This study used a community-based participatory research approach to develop and evaluate an innovative school-based cultural intervention targeting substance abuse among a Native American… Expand
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